Jan 9, 2014|
WILK's Karel Zubris is on the very snowy streets of NEPA talking with people about their childhood memories of snow.
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And. He doesn't count on the snowy streets of northeast seeing. Kind of friends you remember and snow day and he really -- and I was young -- Glock -- so we did not have to donate to put it out unfortunately. We can't get anything off. In my younger days we afford to do here if we did so so when we made money yeah. Cash so we had some money in our problem which do with -- corner. -- and that's about what it was a quarter. We would build snow -- perhaps snowball fights and ghostly writing in Kingston so that that's what the forward to it down I definitely happen now I don't think I don't do that now. -- go to Kirby park ghostly Iraq. Kirby park never got credit used to date I remembered the kids -- usually take care cafeteria trays. And use those slats there Wilkes I wanted to figure than anyone forget it's a fun place great skill I recommend it highly. I remember my senior year in high school. I had my class ring on to win a big snowball fight going on the -- comes up my finger and it's got its economy aren't we searched all over the place -- -- yeah. So come the spring home uncle Ted is another kind of grass and find my range. Like five months later revised wiring and gives back to me and I still haven't I mean it was an Obama advantage but I still have my -- yeah thanks for him. Hey this -- Carol I'll see you. On the street in.